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in-person

(in′pĕr′sŏn)
Pert. to direct contact between people rather than indirect contact by telephone, e-mail, text messaging, or voice messaging; person-to-person.
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Meeting in-person provides background, context and understanding online tools cannot deliver.
Providers treating MassHealth patients via telehealth may only prescribe Schedule II controlled substances after conducting an in-person examination of the patient.
Online courses, live in-person course registration, installer certification, webinars, and other design and technical resources...
"IPC's standards committee leaders and members said they would appreciate having in-person standards development meetings spread over the course of six months, allowing them ample time to work on standards activities via email and teleconference in between the in-person events," said John Mitchell, IPC president and CEO.
The Harbor Network includes four websites, multiple in-person and digital events and two print publications.
Among the 148 patients randomized to each arm, 17 in the online group and 13 in the in-person group withdrew from the study or were lost to follow-up.
Data were included for 268 obese/overweight veterans with prediabetes enrolled in online DPP from 2013 to 2014 and were compared with in-person program participants between 2012 and 2014 (273 participants enrolled in in-person DPP; 114 participants enrolled in the Veterans Administration's standard of care weight loss program [MOVE!]).
Trivandrum (Kerala) [India] Aug 23 ( ANI ): Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Thursday will conduct an in-person review of the functioning of relief camps in Chengannur, Kozhencherry, Alappuzha, North Paravoor and Chalakudy.
UAV Coach has announced 90-minute, in-person drone flight training classes throughout the Southeastern US for drone pilots to gain hands-on flight time with an instructor, the company said.
The classes were designed by faculty to mirror the in-person courses, are graded to the same standards, and lead to the identical degree without any "online" distinction.
O'Connor was able to demonstrate impressive concordance between photograph-based diagnosis and in-person assessment.
To be fair, though, those types of degrees -- often a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing -- are billed as "low-residency" rather than "online" and conducted partially online and partially in-person. These residencies, in addition to online learning fees, may be expensive for the student to travel to and attend.